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I am not sure if there is a rule for the using of "the" before "of".

The second question is about the usage of "the" after "and". I think we can eliminate it after "and" if "the" is used in the beginning of the sentence. The examples for the both of questions are here:

1- "Two people came here yesterday. The lord of the rings and man of the mountains"

2- "Two people came here yesterday. The lord of the rings and the man of the mountains"

3- "Two people came here yesterday. Lord of the rings and man of the mountains"

Which one of these sentences is wrong?

My question is about the elimination of "the" before "man" because of the usage of "the" before "and". What about the sentence three?

If it is possible, please introduce a link that explains the usage of "the" in English language smartly and comprehensively.

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